We don’t have WiMAX in most places but Samsung is already demonstrating dozens of HD and 3D videos streaming simultaneously through 330Mbps WiMAX 2. Yes, let’s all whine about how crappy our wireless coverage is now.
Apple is about to unveil something new in less than 24 hours in their special media event which is to be held in San Francisco at 10AM PT/1PM ET.
This year, Apple is also offering live video streaming of the event, but that is only for Mac and iOS users. Windows users will have to catch up with the event from the live blogs.
Apple Event Live Blogging Coverage Links
Following blogs will be live-blogging the event.
The Apple Blog
Please let us know if there are any more blogs covering the Apple’s fall 2010 event live!
Apple Media Event Live Video Streaming
Mac and [...]
The Associated Press, in conjunction with Visa has released a World Cup 2010 app for iPhone to follow your team throughout the Tournament.
AP 2010 World Cup Coverage shows up-to-date team standings, tournament news headlines, live game scores, schedules, and more. The app will also feature photos of your favorite team, star player profiles, and videos.
Feel the excitement of the games with AP’s 2010 World Cup Coverage! Follow your team throughout South Africa and enjoy a feature-rich multimedia experience with live game scores, schedules, standings, and more. Additional features include [...]
Apple doesn’t just make tablets, you know. No! It makes phones, too!
We know the iPhone’s on an annual upgrade cycle, so a new one is due by the summer – and that means it could be announced as early as next week.
Despite Apple’s best efforts details of the next iPhone are beginning to leak, but what’s coming and what’s just wishful thinking? Let’s find out.
The iPhone 4G will have a “magic arse”
Some call it “touch-sensitive casing”; we call it “magic arse” – a much better description, we’re sure you’ll [...]
Smartphone usage is set to increase massively in the next few years, with devices like the HTC Legend, HTC Desire and iPhone 4G all set to be big hitters in 2010.
This means a large amount of data running across the UK’s mobile networks, and could lead to problems supporting all the traffic requests from users around the UK.
However, Vodafone is claiming it is amongst the best placed to deal with the onslaught:
“We’re going to see many more [data-hungry] smartphones on the network in the near future,” said Mairead Cullen, Head of Network for Vodafone.
“With data consumption [...]
Gordon Brown pledges that the Labour Party will offer super-fast broadband to all by 2020 should they remain in power.
The Prime Minister is to promise super-fast broadband for all at a speech this week on the proposed Digital Economy Bill and is set to refer to fast internet access as “the electricity of the digital age” which “must be for all – not just for some.”
Brown is set to warn of a “new digital divide” if super-fast broadband access is left to the free market to decide.
Brown is set to say the following: “We can allow [...]
Say you’re planning that next camping trip and you need to know whether you’re going to be able to incessantly check your work email every 10 minutes – do you trust a carrier’s coverage map of unknown age, origin, and honesty, or real-world experience? If French firm Sensorly has its way, you’ll soon be able to answer the latter thanks to the deployment of an app for your phone that continuously measures cellular and WiFi signal strength at your location and silently reports it back to the company’s servers where it’s compiled into color-coded maps predicting [...]
Google has admitted that there are some coverage problems with the Nexus One handset in the US.
The problems relate to 3G coverage – something a few users have been complaining about, citing low signal in supposedly covered areas.
However, Google’s findings are two-fold, and they seem to apportion a little bit of blame to both parties – it’s apparently poor T-Mobile 3G coverage in the US, and a slight issue with the software on board the Nexus One.
To that end, Google is going to issue an upgrade and is already testing out a fix to issue, which means that when the Nexus [...]
Yesterday we brought you about eight hours of streaming coverage, and we’re hoping to give you at least that again today. We’re going to be touring the South Hall, checking out a hover-drone outside, riding electric bikes, and of course providing all the colorful commentary you expect from our salty crew.
If we’re streaming something that doesn’t pique your fancy, there’s a whole selection of videos on demand — check out our coverage of Showstoppers last night, where we interviewed about a million people and checked out their devices. I liked the Plastic Logic [...]